In 1986 Charlie Farren, along with Dave Hull (Joe Perry Project) and John "Muzz" Muzzy formed FARRENHEIT and released a self titled debut album on Warner Bros.

Three singles from that album - "Fool in Love," "Bad Habit," and "Lost in Loveland," as well as video exposure on MTV and extensive touring established FARRENHEIT as one of the premier new rock acts and won the band awards and kudos across the country.

More importantly, it won the band fans, who responded to the potent combination of well-written songs delivered by a powerful, veteran rock trio.

" We signed with Warner Bros. on the strength of our songwriting and performance,” explains Charlie Farren. FARRENHEIT really never fit with the big hair and tattoo crowd that emerged shortly after the debut FARRENHEIT CD came out in 1987. It's probably why that CD still sounds fresh and why the songs still work.

Look for their new CD/DVD available soon at Featuring the song "Labor of Love"


FARRENHEIT from the Come Together Show


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